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    Person of Interest Ep. 3.14: “Provenance” gets its heist on

    There are times in life when you’re forced to do something not because you want to, but because you have no choice but to do it. Who among us hasn’t taken a crappy job for the sole reason that you won’t rent otherwise? In a perfect world we do the work we want and love with a big salary attached and life is good. The real world is far more cruel that, however, and sometimes you just suffer through that bad job. Hopefully it’s never to the point of this week’s number, Kelli Lin (Elaine Tan), who is extorted into stealing art by criminals that have her daughter. More

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    Person of Interest, Ep. 3.12, “Aletheia” explores the nature of The Machine

    The first half of Person of Interest’s third season was a tremendous group of episodes: laughs were shared, losses were had, feels were felt (in case you’re wondering, all), but good times were had by all, except, perhaps, Taraji P. Henson, but let’s not go there. In any case, it’s been a great season and all indications say that will only continue from here. More

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    Person of Interest, Ep. 3.09, “The Crossing” keeps you guessing

    “The Crossing”, the second installment in Person of Interest’s three-part arc, picks up directly where “Endgame” left off with Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Carter (Tarji P. Henson) transporting the head of nefarious organization HR, Alonzo Quinn (Clarke Peters), to the FBI headquarters in New York City. Making matters more difficult, HR has put a hit out on Reese to every criminal in the city. More

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    Person of Interest, Ep. 3.01, “Liberty” is a rocky, procedural premiere

    A brief recap on the first two seasons: there exists a machine made my the government that monitors the activities of everyone in the country (and abroad) for the purpose of predicting and preventing terrorist attacks. As a byproduct, “The Machine” also tracks the more mundane activities, i.e. premeditated murders. “The Machine” gives out a person’s number who will either be murdered or will be murdering someone else. Using “The Machine” to prevent these murders, former CIA operative John Reese (Jim Caviziel) and Harold Finch (Lost’s Harold Finch), creator of “The Machine”, work to prevent these murders with the assistance of New York City Detectives Carter (Tarji P. Henson) and Fusco (Kevin Chapman). More

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    The Televerse #24- Interview with Kevin Chapman

    This week, Simon and Kate bring back the Spotlight of Shame during their week in TV before spotlighting the latest episode of Fringe, “Welcome to Westfield”. Then Kate interviews Kevin Chapman, currently starring in CBS’s Person of Interest, about the series and his career, and finds out just how important it can be to go […] More

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    The Televerse #24- Interview with Kevin Chapman

    This week, Simon and Kate bring back the Spotlight of Shame during their week in TV before spotlighting the latest episode of Fringe, “Welcome to Westfield”. Then Kate interviews Kevin Chapman, currently starring in CBS’s Person of Interest, about the series and his career, and finds out just how important it can be to go […] More